These tasty recipes are fiber-packed and nutritious. Better yet, they're kid-pleasers, too. The recipes have been approved by a nutritionist. Most have 5g or more of fiber, and are full of veggetables.
Find tasty healthy recipes for desserts that incorporate fresh fruits, higher fiber, and low processed sugars or substituted natural sugars.
It's not a cake by traditional standards, but kids (and even adults) will love the refreshing layers of watermelon on this decorative dessert. It is perfect for summertime birthdays and for parents who want to serve low-sugar treats.
See what fruits and vegetables come into season during spring, and find recipes that maximize their fresh flavor. In-season fruits and vegetables taste better, and are better for the environment, since produce doesn't have to be shipped all the way from the southern hemisphere. You also have a better chance of finding organic goods, which are better for your family.
Try serving this cool summertime drink on a hot day. Kids will love it, and you'll love the low sugar content.
It is not uncommon in any family to have one or more
children be picky about the foods they eat. We're certain some of
you have often wondered how your child is able to survive on a
diet of macaroni and cheese day in and day out!
Fresh, ripe fruit makes for yummy, healthy treats for your
little one. Here are some mouthwatering ideas for fun and fruity
foods for your baby, such as watermelon cubes, apple sticks and